It's hard to find a good Oscars host these days!
After award-winning award show host Neil Patrick Harris received mixed reviews for 2015's ceremony, producers are looking to switch things up for next year — and that apparently means bringing on TWO hosts!
[ Related: Miley Cyrus Will Host AND Perform On Saturday Night Live's Season Premiere ]
David Hill, the producer for Hollywood's most prestigious award show, revealed:
"There will be multiple hosts for sure – there will be two."
The producer is confident the whole "two is better than one" formula really works in this situation, despite its hit-or-miss past!
The last time a duo hosted the Oscars together was in 2011, which featured a sedate James Franco and a cheerleader-like Anne Hathaway — and it was regarded as one of the worst choices in Oscars history!
[ Video: Eddie Redmayne Gets Oscar Buzz In The Danish Girl Trailer! ]
Other hosting pairs fared somewhat better. In 2010, the much more compatible Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin joined forces to deliver a fairly well-received show!
While risky, if the Academy gets the right pair, this could actually be a good idea. And according to reports, the producers are already circling around a well known pair to host!
Hill isn't revealing any names just yet, but we have a feeling they might be eyeing Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, who just ended a three year contract hosting the Golden Globes — which they totally SLAYED!
Another pair fit to assume hosting duties would be Comedy Central stars Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele! Their Key & Peele show is ending, and their unique satire would be a great fit to liven up the traditionally stiff awards show.
Which duo would YOU like to see host?
Which Duo Should Host The Oscars??
- Chris Pratt & Anna Faris (6%)
- Jimmy Fallon & Justin Timberlake (36%)
- Amy Schumer & Jennifer Lawrence (20%)
- Key & Peele (5%)
- Tina Fey & Amy Poehler (33%)
Total Votes: 3,073
Tags: alec baldwin, amy poehler, anne hathaway, comedy central, film flickers, golden globes, james franco, jordan peele, keegan-michael key, neil patrick harris, oscars, steve martin, tina fey